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Web Deploy Gets Even More Awesome – Profile Specific Transforms

I love Web Deploy. Whenever I’m helping teams that build web applications improve their ALM processes, invariable I end up moving them onto Web Deploy. Not only is it an easier and cleaner way to deploy, but you get the bonus of being able to manage configuration files (Web.config) in your project. Config as Code Maturing in ALM means that you need to head towards continuous deployment. You need to be able to deploy your…
August 14, 2014
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Imaginet Amongst Top 100 Microsoft Providers

Imaginet earns top accolades for developing innovative solutions and visibility into the Microsoft landscape. Imaginet announces their recognition as a Top 100 Most Promising Microsoft Solution Provider by CIO Review for their global achievements and new service offerings for enterprises looking to accelerate their business strategy using the Microsoft platform. “This distinction amongst about half a million partners is really a recognition of our incredible ability to succeed in innovation by combining our unique values…
August 14, 2014
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Selecting the Right Mobile Enterprise Application Platform – PART 2

Choosing the right Mobile Enterprise Application Platform (MEAP) is an essential part of your overall enterprise mobile strategy. By selecting the optimal client-side and server-side MEAPs, you can reduce your development and maintenance costs, time to market, and overall development efforts. Last month, we took a detailed look at some important factors for selecting the right client-side MEAP (see “Selecting the Right Mobile Enterprise Application Platform – PART 1”). In this month’s article, we will…
July 11, 2014
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Selecting the Right Mobile Enterprise Application Platform – PART 1

There is a wave of change (and opportunity) hitting enterprises as a result of mobile technologies. This wave of change refers to how employees use mobility in their day-to-day jobs within the enterprise, otherwise known as “enterprise mobility”. (see "Are You Ready for the Mobile Tsunami?") According to Symantec (2012), over half of all businesses are already making line-of-business applications accessible from mobile devices. It is becoming imperative for enterprises to develop a solid mobile strategy…
June 17, 2014
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Enabling JavaScript Code Coverage Link in Builds

Both Visual Studio 2013 and 2012 enable you to run JavaScript unit testing, and now with the Chutzpah test adapter, you can run code coverage as well. I recently added some tests to a Visual Studio (VS) 2013 solution that I was working on and was pleased to see that when I selected “Analyze Code Coverage for all Tests” in the Test Explorer, Visual Studio opens a nicely formatted html page that shows the JavaScript coverage. I…
June 10, 2014
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Highlights from Microsoft TechEd 2014

May 12-15 was the Microsoft TechEd Conference, and if you couldn’t make it, Microsoft makes almost all of the session videos available online for free, including all their new announcements. TechEd Videos available here: For those of you who might not have time to spend hours (and hours and hours) watching the videos, here’s some of my personal highlights from what I’ve seen so far: UserVoice Integration with TFS The TFS/VSO team announced a…
May 19, 2014
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